Building for the Next Generation

Our Projects

University of Minnesota, Pioneer Hall

Educational

Project Description

The Pioneer Hall project consists of a complete renovation of the oldest dormitory on the University of Minnesota campus. The project included demolishing the center cores of the existing 5-story 1928 and 1932 constructed dormitories on the UMN Twin Cities campus and replacing with new CIP structure connecting the two buildings in the center. The North/South running wings of each building remained in place and were demolished down to structure while leaving existing street-facing exterior walls in place. The program includes 400 dorm rooms 756 beds with supporting Community spaces and a state-of-the-art dining facility consisting of eight serving venues and a seating capacity of 850 occupants.

PROJECT SIZE

177,500

Architect

TKDA Architects

Location

Minneapolis, MN

Awards

Finance & Commerce 2019 – Top Project Award

Education

Since our founding in 1956, McGough has collaborated with a wide range of Education clients. We continuously innovate our Education project approaches resulting in superior outcomes and exceptional experiences for our clients.

To learn more about McGough's Education expertise, contact Dan McKay and Dan Malecha.

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Dan McKay

Vice President, Higher Education

Dan Malecha

Regional Vice President, Minnesota

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